It rained in some coffee crop areas in the first quince of September, improving crop conditions.
First blooming was formed in some areas, needing more rain to fix well. The blooming season goes until November, and rain is very important during this time.
In the domestic market, the supply keeps limited, according to buyers, considering that in September coffee growers are focused on the harvest activities.
It is forecasted that there are less than 10 percent of the 41.6 million bags to be harvest until the end of this month.
The CEPEA/ESALQ Index for arabica averaged 105.54 dollars per bag of 60 kilos on Sep 18, down only 2.8 percent in the month.
For robusta, the Index averaged 84.68 dollars per bag of 60 kilos, up 2.22 percent in the month.
Vietnam, the main global producer of robusta coffee, should start harvesting the new crop production in the last week of September.